The 4th movie in this franchise has been topping the box office for the past few weeks. Johnny Depp and Geoffrey Rush are back, but Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley are not. Penélope Cruz take a major role as Jack Sparrow’s love interest.
We saw the film, but were not impressed. The other films were amusing, this one was boring, the story did not flow and we were literally waiting for it to end. Clearly audiences are still flocking to the franchise and we read that Disney already has a script for movie number 5.
Here are the scripts that we have found for the franchise.
Alejandro González Iñárritu may not be a filmmaker readily known by mainstream Hollywood audiences, but this Mexican-borne director has had the opportunity of working with some of America’s biggest stars.
From Sean Penn, Benicio del Torro, Brad Pitt to Cate Blanchett, Iñárritu has proven time and time again that he is more than capable of handling a strong measure of story, character and drama in a single film.
Check out his collection of feature length works below:
As one of Pixar’s original employees, and only its second animator, Andrew Stanton has come a long way in making Pixar into one of the most widely-recognized feature-length animation studios in the world. His hands-on approach to all his produced films, from writing, directing to animation, has given him the irreplaceable knack for depth, character and storytelling.
To find out more about his filmography, check out Andrew Stanton’s complete collection of feature-length works below:
The Jurassic Park trilogy has been largely associated with Steven Spielberg despite its roots in the original Michael Crichton novels. Showcasing groundbreaking special effects never before seen at the time, the Jurassic Park Trilogy managed to transport an entire generation of movie goers 65 million years into the past and into a world where dinosaurs still roamed the Earth. And though computer graphics have pushed the envelope of cinema even further since then, the original Jurassic Park trilogy has already cemented itself as one of Hollywood’s classics.
Check out the complete collection of feature length scripts from the Jurassic Park trilogy below:
As one of the small handful of directors who have won best picture, best screenplay and best director for the same film, James L. Brooks has earned his spot under the Hollywood limelight after years of honing his craft as a writer for television. The multi-academy award winning writer-director has managed to captivate audiences with his unique and provocative sense of filmmaking.
And though he has but a handful of feature length movies under his belt, his numerous awards and impeccable taste for good stories has earned him a place in cinema history.
Check out his collection of feature length screenplays, written and directed by him.
Though writer-director Sam Raimi is more popularly known for bringing the Spiderman franchise to life, his actual filmmaking roots began with the Evil Dead trilogy; a series of cult-classic films that eventually launched Bruce Campbell into stardom.
Mixed with a solid sense of horror, comedy and adventure, Evil Dead’s perfect balance of all these different tones solidifies the series as one of definite cult-franchises of all time.
Check the complete collection of Evil Dead scripts below:
Steven Spielberg may be one of the most widely-recognized living filmmakers of our time. Though his directorial efforts have garnered him the most acclaim, his work as a producer has managed to make possible some of the most widely successful films in the past decade.
From aliens to dinosaurs, high-adventure to historical dramas, Spielberg continues to keep the spectacle of movies alive and fresh for audiences young and old.
Check out a collection of his feature length scripts below:
Academy award nominated filmmaker Gus Van Sant has always been known to have a diverse collection of deep, thought, provoking character pieces. However, none have been more compared to each other than Good Will Hunting (1997) and Finding Forrester (2000), two films following the coming of age of two young outcasts who are unable and unwilling to apply themselves in school and out of it. However, their lives take a turn for the better when they are suddenly given the care and attention of an unlikely mentor.
Despite being written by two different scriptwriters, the films were largely compared due to the likeness of their themes, the similarity of the direction, and likeness to the mentor-student genre of films.
Check out the scripts below and see for yourself which one stands out from the two:
Teachers have always been a favorite profession for characters in cinema, and classrooms their complimentary setting. Countless films have been based on the tried and tested formula of a teacher-classroom relationship, where the students also end up educating the teacher as much as he or she has.
Listed below are the Top 5 Teacher Movie Scripts that have turned regular classroom fair into cinematic classics.